Brazil edge Spain to win gold at the Men's Olympic Football Tournament
Yokohama, the stage on which Brazil won the 2002 World Cup, was the venue
The Seleção are the fifth nation to win back-to-back gold medals in the competition
Brazil are Men's Olympic Football Tournament gold medallists for the second consecutive time after a dramatic 2-1 victory over Spain in Yokohama, the same venue of the senior national team's FIFA World Cup™ triumph in 2002.
Matheus Cunha gave Brazil the lead right before the half-time whistle, but Mikel Oyarzabal levelled matters in the second half with a superb volley. Supersub Malcom made the difference in extra time after he latched on to the end of a fantastic pass sent in by Antony and Brazil held on to celebrate another gold medal.
Brazil 2–1 Spain (AET) International Stadium Yokohama, 20:30 local time
MEN'S OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL MATCH
Players of Team Spain stand for the national anthem